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“The 20 Years” in which Kátia Guerreiro enchants with her voice

Teatro Tivoli

It was on June 17, 2001, that the fado singer Kátia Guerreiro released her first album “Fado Maior”, this was followed by eight more albums, as well as several live concerts and it was on June 18, 2021, that, at Teatro Tivoli, in Lisbon, the fado singer celebrated the 20th anniversary of the release of her first album.

On stage whit Kátia, Pedro de Castro and Luís Guerreiro on Portuguese guitar, André Ramos and João Veiga on viola and Francisco Gaspar on bass guitar.

Here (on stage) restlessness gives way to voice, singing is born here, this is the motto for Fado singer Kátia Guerreiro to start a great, excellent night of fado.

The visibly moved fado singer said that “it’s been 20 years, 20 years of a lot of love, a lot of empathy, a lot of emotions, welcome to 20 years of my life”,

We are very happy because the concert is happening and because you (the audience) never gave up, we will never give up, and for a sold out room she sang and enchanted with themes like “9 amores”, “Asas”, “Segredos”, “Rosa Vermelha”, “Romper Madrugadas”, “Vodka e Valium 10”, “Recado”, “Incerteza”, “Rosas/Promessa”, “Saia Rodada”, “Lisbonne”, “Cielito Lindo”, “Fora de Cena”, “Fado Pessoa (Blanc)”, “Quem Diria”, “Deixar-te Um Dia”, “Amália, Nome de Lisboa” and “Amor de Mel, Amor de Fel”.

Between Fados, he confided that it was at the end of 1999 that he went to Taverna do Embuçado, Casa de Fados in Lisbon, and sang, and there it happened that João (Veiga) listened, liked and chattered, sat at his table and no longer listened to dropped. She said that, however, she went to the Taverna that day accompanied by her dear Maria Luísa Baptista and João Baptista, but who invited her was a gentleman for whom she has the greatest admiration, affection, friendship, and with whom she is lucky today, working, he is one of the people, fado singer, man, who moves her the most, and she is very happy because today he is going to sing her fado, one of her favourites, and in the midst of huge applause, he calls Hélder Moutinho on stage.

Fado singer Hélder says he made himself a guest, which drew laughs from the audience, then offered the artist a red rose, symbolizing all the people who are part of her career, musicians, technicians and artists, those who are here today, it belongs to all those who worked with Kátia Guerreiro during the 20 years they spent.

Expressing that fado has truth, it’s true, and truth has sadness, together they sing “Amor sem Lugar”, a poem by João Monge.

Continuam as confidências com “e os anos foram passando e entraram muitas pessoas na vida da fadista que nunca mais saíram, até que em 2014  com um menino, que resistiu um bocadinho a um convite que lhe fez, mas que depois lhe pediu uma coisa muito simples, que a aí levar ao princípio, tendo produzido o álbum “Até ao Fim”,  nele Tiago Bettencourt musicou uma das declarações de amor mais bonitas que existem inspirada na história de Pedro e Inês da Autoria de Vasco Graça Moura, “Quatro Operações” e “Até ao Fim”.

Sobre “Dia Não” conta a fadista que é o lado divertido de Manuela de Freitas, com música da autoria de Pedro de Castro, e que segundo a fadista é o único capaz de transformar uma tragédia numa comédia, mais risos.

Um excelente espetáculo, uma maravilhosa noite de fado, onde Kátia Guerreiro canta os mais bonitos poemas de grandes escritores contemporâneos, João Monge, António Lobo Antunes, Vasco Graça Moura, Fernando Pessoa, José Carlos Ary dos Santos e Sophia de Mello Breyner.

The confidences continue with “and the years went by and many people entered the fado singer’s life who never left, until in 2014” with a boy, who resisted a bit an invitation she made him, but who later asked for something very simple, that takes it to the beginning, having produced the album “Até ao Fim”, in which Tiago Bettencourt set to music one of the most beautiful declarations of love that exist, inspired by the story of Pedro and Inês, written by Vasco Graça Moura, “Quatro Operações” and “Até ao Fim”.

About “Dia Não” tells the fado singer who is the fun side of Manuela de Freitas, with music written by Pedro de Castro, and who, according to the fado singer, is the only one capable of transforming a tragedy into a comedy, more laughs.

An excellent show, a wonderful night of fado, where Kátia Guerreiro sings the most beautiful poems by great contemporary writers, João Monge, António Lobo Antunes, Vasco Graça Moura, Fernando Pessoa, José Carlos Ary dos Santos and Sophia de Mello Breyner

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